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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Blankets?

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    • Joanna
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      Hi, advice on blankets for my baby bunnies. I wanted to know if faux fur material is ok to line a bed? I have searched for an answer but I can’t find anything.


    • LBJ10
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      I would use faux fur with caution. Depending on the type, the fur may shed more than you would like it to.


    • AllanColin
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      I use natural fur, unlike artificial fur, it does not crumble so much, and it is simply more comfortable.


    • Bam
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      I have faux fur blankets of very good quality. I can say that buns like to pee on faux fur 😬 My blankets can be washed though, so its not a huge problem. Make sure whatever you get is machine washable and that it’s a type that doesn’t shed, as LBJ says. A shedding blanket would be highly annoying even for non-bun owners.

      For rabbits I would like to recommend vet beds. They’re sherpa fleece and has anti slip on the underside. It’s highly appreciated by buns (and dogs) and can be washed in 60 degrees C.

       

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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Blankets?